My plan is to keep the logs exposed only to the interior and cover/insulate the exterior side. I was thinking of furring out and anchoring a 2×6 wall to the logs so I have a flat surface for the siding. But what about insulation/moisture management? I have to assume there are cracks that allow small amounts of air exchange between inside and outside of these old logs, even with the chinking. Vapor barrier over the exterior logs before insulation? Cellulose? Has anyone dealt with this before?
I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.